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Rural Service Providers Prepare for IP Traffic Growth

As the recent Cisco Visual Networking Index highlights, annual Internet Protocol (IP) traffic is forecasted to triple between 2014-19 due to an increased number of Internet users, personal devices, machine-to-machine (M2M) connections, faster broadband speeds, and the adoption of advanced video services. In fact, IP Video is expected to comprise up to 80 percent of global IP traffic by 2019.
Written by James Kovaly at 00:00
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How Old Is Your Network?

Now is the time to review your network and take advantage of network and equipment upgrade promotions. Cisco and other network vendors know the network equipment deployed 8 or 10+ years ago is outdated and much of it has in fact reached end-of-life milestones.
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Learn More About IPv6 at IP Possibilities

Right now a hot topic in the Communication Service Provider (CSP) space is IPv6, the next generation Internet Protocol (IP) address standard that will supplement and eventually replace IPv4, the protocol most Internet services use today. CHR is participating on an IPv6 panel at NTCA IP Possibilities to discuss what IPv6 is, why it matters, and how to implement it.
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Join Us at RTIME

If you recently participated in my webinar on "Network Assessments", or if your schedule prevented you from attending, I invite you to join me at the upcoming RTIME meeting at Booth #216 to discuss in more detail.
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Be A Winner In October With Broadband Funding

Communication Service Providers interested in potentially pursuing some portion of the $100M being offered by the FCC as part of their broadband funding experiment now that the eligible CBs (census blocks) have been identified, have until October 14 to file. Questions range from regulatory and technology concerns to whether or not a winning bid can be submitted that still allows for a viable business case.
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